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Centre for Trials Research Qualitative Group Away Day 2017

Posted on April 10, 2017 by Kim Madden

Background The Centre for Trials Research qualitative group held an away day on March 23rd 2017 in the scenic setting of Aberdare Hall at Cardiff University. The group is a significant size with a high publication output – as well as being one of several specialist areas of research excellence within the largest team of academic clinical trials
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Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS)

Cardiff University Research Consultants Successfully Help Wales-Based Researchers To Bring In £1 Million Of New Funding

Posted on April 5, 2017 by Richard Haggerty

Experts in the Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) South East Wales, based in the Centre for Trials Research at Cardiff University, worked with 115 teams across Wales to develop novel research ideas in 2016. The RDCS supported 16 teams to put in well-designed submissions to a variety of funding bodies through the year. Senior
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Behaviour Change, Children and Young People

Evolving with Evidence and Celebrating a Decade of FNP

Posted on April 4, 2017 by Michael Robling

Background Last Thursday myself and Julia Sanders attended a celebration of 10 years of the Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) in the Attlee Suite at Portcullis House, Westminster. In fact this was our second visit of the week to Westminster. Wide range of expertise On Monday, members of the Building Blocks team (Kerry Hood, Sue Channon,
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Proxy Decision-Making

From NHS Critical Care Nurse To NIHR Researcher

Posted on March 31, 2017 by Victoria Shepherd

Background I first became interested in how decisions are made for those who are unable to make their own decisions during my clinical role as a critical care nurse. In an environment where extremely sick patients are unconscious and reliant on technology to support them through their critical illness, other people are required to make
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